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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 1, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta Lenine's Scheme Hns Scheme (o Prove Tlin.1 Only llolshcviki ban llcoi'galux.c STORKMOLAl, Aug. Svcnska ballad Is Informed liy persons cloFo-. ly'couuccled w-llh Iho Russian sovlei government lhat Nikolai Lcnlne. Ihc premier. InUnds lo begin a draslk change of policy nnd Iheu retire. One condllton-of his will be that I.con war minister, be left In command ot Red Army. recently helil meetings of tho commissaries ot the sorielvlhc nciva- paper's Informanls tay, luc ot giving power into Ihe hands of ALLENHY AND 1'I.UMMBR HKLI) MARSHAL- RANK olhei-j Socialist parlies was earnestly He May Jicc'omc Chief New llrunswick or Chair- man of ii mission LO.NDOX, Aug. K, II Allenuy, formerly command- er of forces in I'al- csliue. and at pri-senl special higti commissioner for Kgypl ailj Ihe Suudin. aud l.irur. Gen. 'Sir Herbert Plumiuer. com- mander of ihe .second llritish army, lime- iitcu NlEcil to Ihe lank of field marshal. v Kolchak I'AIUS. Tuesilay. July en torccii relircmenl of Admiral Kolrhak. Hien I'iday carntB an lite anli lloKUcvIk leaJcr from sion from Ivens spircr, V t frcn; Hon. F. Carvell L ,r 'kater nburB and .ViimlncK was praclically under: Witness Says Kens Declared (iovernment Existed Only in Labor Temolo Winnipeg WIXNII'KG. Aiifi I. OTTAWA, Aug. early retirement from the cabinet of Hon. Frank .Cjrvell is persislenl- ly reported today, but can not be j confirmed. Rumor says the minister will place his rsslg- nation in the hands of the prime mmlslcr betpre the end week. Quoting Public. Life OTTAWA.-Aug. Ottawa I'll- today carries an an Ihe anl leajcr. irom ,rt'. inodar. Kkaterlnburg and Cheliablnsk lha .V. insiince was >raclKall} nnde, nol unly frolu v.......... covtel control. faU K. Dans. MJu erlimtlll uut political life aiy; declines V5' discuss the fu-', I'avk melture. hut tlip newspaper lie.l- fuiuioi. mtlll uu oinerj JFAIUVS neapolis aUvertis'.ng man. rcferrng lo.bultl (IscusseJ. hut Lenino declared Iha'l I operations against lloscon and let jn lie mindSjOr .the diner succenl Sir able lo re-organlzc lluaeia. 13ullil-'rlt'e (hc fact thai Uie slrilic cam- i a L6llca or hccouic head of Thl, contended, would J J DCD C ft ID CMIO- J i Tiiu witness siood 'abinil yards' 'from Ihe speaker's' plalfoim, I I U. Ililsscll and several other labor men j I tpoke'. "-Mr. Ivens first to'ngralnlateil Ihe audience on Ihc Tolidity of (lie said, "and passed review Ilie 'lioints which showed Ihc slroug grip! JL-J coiilrul Ihc Elrike conmlillco had) .on (he conuminily of lie" I Mold of-'control of Ihe pol ce.- Ihe firt; j men. Ihc telephones, slreel cars, flo' BULLETINS 'TEAMSTERS' STRIKE AT TORONTO ENDS TORONTO, Aug. Another strike ended last night when the teamsters at a mass meeting in Hie Labor Temple decided to ac- cept offer made laic yesle'rday 'by 'the cartage and relurn to jobs Tuesday morn- ins. While the men fail So get their first make some'galns. _ I Home Secretary Says Strike Call Failure Ho Far as l.im- ilon is Concerned l. slrcne.lhcn Iho'nolshovikl anil enable tlicm to resume power, l.enine's views were shared by Ocorge Tctill- _ chr.rin, 'lie eo'Jiuiiasiry-for fsrclpyirSf- futrs; M. SloulchVa, coimiilssari- ol jusllce. and Professor missary of ULC Interior. FRENCH AT VANCOUVER AUK. Emile Gcno- yer.'vice'-consul-gencral of Frunce a( Montreal. been. aplioinled French consul nl. Vancouver- play, bread and milk? He said the, TI ifr.MI stri'ke commitlcc Id limilJIit' WE "-The al 'use of and ,o close up news; Ihe closing'day's program of Iho inail.jauil cnni.ro! ihe water- was ve'rj' sood. Tho weiiibcr wasi.norns. .__ iilcal nnd the racing' program was] ei-jilained bow he had "col m cnjovcd. Tlic'track was In per-1 (ouch wilh unians connected wilh the condition aflcr the tain: A HbOK REVEALS TRUTH jj___ -f The results-of the races were iv: owms telegram frum ihrf Liverpool Liverpool nui solid: slrippeu docks ai miduiBlil. f're brigades as well." Tho' aimuimccir.eiu -was received ilh cheers. Oneral Secretary Hays of- the, po- Ik-or.ien's union, in a statement Issued this' genoi-ally is lilEtili- ilial the decision nf Ih" Mccmlvi! coranilucc came as a I ljuintahell in Hie mass meetings and line' news has noi yci reached the whole thf metropolis." lotion officials claim Ihe undivided of that from duly." the .secretary comimiod. '-1C nl'lr ll H LONDON. Aug. Edward Shortt, secretary for home'affairs, told the house of" commons today that the police strike liad fai.led both in London and jhe provinces. He said Liverpool was the only cily really affected, 300 officers out of failing lo report for duly there. who arc unable lo LONDON. 'Aug. consequence ot continued Inability In find a suit- O mar torta'y containing all- Ihe documents relating ]o the period -from Aug. 13 to Nov. 11-lns.i. dtoliiiBW ilh the gaffer. 'of "iho Gcnnan mpril 'aiitl: the armistice. Ibo government afa'- It. decided upon' publt- .'ttoii of- Ihc. 1....... Ihe Free Presil I y'sir.f and nicfiardson (president ol tile Tri-1 V- ivHltaul cohsiderahle "pr' TO TAKE CHARGE OF'.BRITISH WITHDRAWAL UOND'ON, Aug. Sir will'proceed im- mffdialcly lo north Russia to take charge of the withdrawal of the 'British forces on the Archangel and Murmansk fronts; according to a war office annrfunccTienl made '.his evening, JUST- FINISHED'RECITING WHEN flE DROPPED DEAD TORONTO, Aug. as he had finished the recital ot a stir- ring while- his comrades were vigorously applauding, Ed- ward Murvill, veteran of the great war, fell over dead al the Great War Veterans' 'Association central branch 'picnic at Grimsby yester- day. i AMERICAN'COMMITTEE TO INVESTIGATE THE _ HIGH COST OF LIVING "will rc'ase to be policemen. Regard- ing Llrtriiooi. 1 told Hie chief con- siable lhal I ivould'fully support any ilie -electrical workers have threat- ened in certain contingeiuues, lo lake off -London's lighllng in siipnort ol sleps he considered In contrast Vilh inc. home Fecre- lary's slatc-nicn'l. It was announced a meeting ot )be strikers Ahal the 'ily police would come onl in ft hoily j Slrike leaders asserl- ed jhai hy S o'clock lonight Ihera" nol be a policeman on duly In London. Says Only 250 Struck Aug. Dally Her- ald, a labor publication, in a late eili- lion. says lhal something like I policemen and prison of.'lclals l.irongh- the conntry'have gone on" strike. iThc newspaper declares tlial the. men struck, wilh ilrouyl'c slid denness mid slarllfng'unanimity, im plying that the whole force responded :o" Ihe' .call. This is contrary to aT oilier newspaper reports, which ilh 11 view1 lo the future', lhat the call e'cjicrally ignored nnd ui llit puV.ce. and ciciremc aciion Is. also llirealeneil hy Ihe officials uf Ihu' loco- molive engineers' union. Secrciary Hays. adrtressiilK a mcel- _, ing of ihe slrikers. said I hat the an- SGlll lelcsralri WASHINGTON, Aug. com- mittee lo conduct an investigation cost of living and re- _ UiV, pcbpic jut. lo kiiow Ihc lolicc slalinu. insulating lhat il ihe trlkfrs would relurn hy noon today hrV would he reinstated. Ironical augh'lcr greeted lllls- announcement. invs made, a strong anneal lo the men o 'rcnn'.li firm, asscrling that their t. liimliir would be increased tenfold by lOiiiorhow. lie said arrangcinenta. would he made this afternoon lor picketing the police stations. "Home Secretary Musi Come to Mt" LONDON. Aus Neville Mac-! ('ready, chief of Mclropolilan po-, lice, look cognizance this morning 'of. a report lhal Ihe slrikcrs marching lo No: Downing slreel, official, residence ol1 Premier -IJoyil- George near the houses of parliament. while Hie Soldiers in Row With Fpreigriers Jicsent Hcsult Electilon in Sns To. Foreign Vole ire ofAVhclan's who bombard- ed Ihe building miles of this cily, went on a strike 'today for higher wages. The shop- 'men In the-AHanta, 'also walked er wages, i ne Atlanta, district ut, it is' said. J_ CHICAGO, Aug. nalio.n- nssorlalion. pledging i socinllon lo carry Iho'peViirl cards hour messages ec In d nsorshtp of-, the "We pledge not lo show any (II KM which may he obJcclloiinMe to' the in- .mil; to sillmill lo. slrlk'c cominltttu. wide strike ol railrciejishopmen 'was called today by-tfie federated shopmen's union. -H was, sol for 10 o'clock'and itiortlv] after that hour messages received: it union headquarters told of walkouts al Ga., Jacksonville, Boston', Philadelphia, Derwtc. other places. Postpone Recess LONDON, Aug. for the Bolshevlkl in the. Onega sec: lor.or'ihei'A.richangel front are re- in official, state- ment sent by wireless, from' Mos- cow.. The statement declares Ihe Bolshevik forces have advanced 14 miles, aided by a' mutiny'among the allied troops, The [Ml ]ot-Ih.ls porlibll, of .Ihe. slalerilcill rca.0s.: "We have adrajiced 11 miles north- -ward 'on I ltd Onega, The advance was preceded hy n rising While rogi- mtnts. who arre'slcil officers anil'hand- Orhhani, Died Al A Rcniarkablc Milila'r.y Record V; wilh great dlslinclion'in Ihe trenches1! inil was-nieltlioiica in' Gassed in the sumracr'ot 1916, lie wa3 invalided lo England land Ihe battalion in-'Krantc 'in the; fall. ir- Herald) prc. MACLEOD, July ilajrir Graham whose dcaliroccnrrcd here came fr'niri a' long lln'o'vol and hlinself passcrr-thl. host part of his life in the! armyi Born In Wales wilh Ihe rank, of major, hb served until .the- ilelui _. ..i 1SGI of Scotch and ago. he thc'lloyal .MuiiJUer r'us'llicrsi wilh the 2nd. hailnllon. of which regiment he server! (or twenty, one being spent hi.lild'a'- lie served wilh dlsiinclion InMhft lUurninh war, the Canadian1 army.' when he lo Jlaclcod. EiRhleen of Ihe' Oj-ahamU family nlsp. -served-in.-llle'. ialo.war. among ihem helng his eldest son nnd Hia'son. (n lie? arniyj worn in o? Scold, afld English varenl- .limmle (Irahaiu. R I. at an early age bnlered.tho1 eller Uiion riifciliers-.wnicll Inter also enlisted In .the Ballallon t.-_ T- nnj rnninanv. aiiarlcrmasicr: Slan Ull l.ll; T." t.1 I illluLII HIU. ----a ported by the Urillsh army nnlUori- j rocrHurions llcs. ins India Jlajor llraham Fcrv'cd vv'.lh The .Moscow niesEag'e also rciurls lhal ihcre Ihc -ind served company, sergeant in Ills fallwr's .company unlll grnntcd a JomroisVon dn Hie Held. In aftcr which he served with the.' ........lioil until, Ibe'end of (he war anil; reccnlly. returned lo V Major J.'. G.-ahain, brother of ileccascil, aeryjinwith Iho famous IMfc- haltalron nnd wounded in-Krlvnce.' lie la.now Adjutant, ol tic Iteghia-., slallpnctl at Hegina. secind hrothei', Major ti. jHICAyO.' 'Ayg. slate in of (he "Mack ne'.l" of Ihe rioting lhat ter- l rorlied thai suction for. four was pronounced hy.-ilale an.1 ell ter- slita ty of- than 360 nnd njay 500cas many slljhlly hurt went lo Ihelr homes wilh- oill repoillng lo Ihc police; neKro reslJenta have start' cd irio wort of rcconitrutllon. A ficlals at ai, end totjl dead circular Is temg slnre Ihe" fuhl nl Ihe f wcnly-Nlnlh I Irlbiiteil hy thousarnlj. ,lt reatis: beach on "Allenllon, law ichlscri incepllon ol Ihc race rlnU, which .re-1 The rioting Is ot-er, so.go bach lo Milled Iri the. clrorvnlne of n negro .hoy.! work add help, the police keep Ihc sll- I. necroca snd 11 whiles'. iV tiallon In hanrl li'y on ol'al nf (he'injured hns'unt hciin ofllo i Mir. Mrcd... Avoid' ftllj (nflaliiinnlnry ially counlc'il, 15 known'l the protection m'liib'ritics vole of 'Hi, Ml'' hallsllonof Ca ..V nrtrid of IJc aCcpmpalileil .lr rling earn hotl. a3 a 'Solr j KIKIIIUS anirrfs a citizen of this Juneral-wHI take phire from Church-of England on ,15i second, al ii'ltli :AH honors The parade >ntl firing The arranged by IW iocal veteran? H, U! L1-. Ihala.lnrBc numher fi ;